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Re: HG? Is this your book?


Thanks, Susa.

Your first link's book looks very good and years ago I decided that the three boars heads from Wales was my coat of arms.

Just now I had to go to my bedroom bookcase and pull out the family history books I've bought some 20 - 25 years ago.

I have two sets of two volumes, the first set was published and sold by Halbert's, Bath, Ohio, the name of the set is The World Book of Evans. Each volume is a soft cover, two inches thick and about 10x12 inches in size, the page numbering is unusual, the first half of vol. #1 is about origins, families who lived in specific regions, coat of arms etc. and has about 500 numbered pages, the second half of vol. #1 is a registry of names and addresses of Evans worldwide. Vol. #2 continues the registry. I think the page numbering goes by the number of listed names, the last page is over 6000.

I can't tell you much about my other two volume set of genealogy books but it has a padded hard cover and printed in landscape format, and is approx. 9x12 inches in size. It's pretty much the same as my first set except there's stories of the industrialization of the world, vol. #2 is completely registry names and addresses like my first set.

In one of these books I found my dad's living brother who lived in my birth town and was my favorite only uncle.

Again, thanks for the links but I already have enough of unread genealogy books. :hug

 

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